Narmin Ismail: Charity helps women in developing countries seek an education | The Globe and Mail

Narmin Ismail: Charity helps women in developing countries seek an education | The Globe and MailThe donor: Narmin Ismail

The gift: Founding the Spark of Hope Foundation.

The reason: To help women in developing countries attend university.

A few years ago, Narmin Ismail got involved with a charity that helped students in the Middle East attend university.

Narmin K. Ismail honoured with World Women Leadership Congress AwardThe charity didn’t last very long, but Ms. Ismail became intrigued with the idea of giving young women an opportunity to continue their education. A friend suggested that she start her own organization and in 2014 she launched the Spark of Hope Foundation.

The Toronto-based charity works with universities and other charities around the world to help women from developing countries pursue their education.

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